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Offline lefebvre_fan

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What made you chose marriage?
« Reply #30 on: July 13, 2011, 09:41:19 AM »
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  • Quote from: LordPhan
    What does it matter where she lives? You need visit her only once or twice to know if you click, then communicate and court her via the telephone or skype or both. My friend Louis is getting married on thursday I believe. He is from Louisiana originally and lives in Toronto, his fiancee is from California and lives in Minnisota and they're being married in Colorado then going to live for a time in Toronto until he finishes his PhD and then whereever the money is with consideration for where an SSPX chapel is etc would determine where he lives.

    I figure you can talk to them for a bit, if one strikes your fancy you can arrange to call her, if you're still interested you can meet her, if all works out I believe it takes a year before Catholics can marry what is the rush in being near her? You're not going to be making any children until the marriage.

    I havn't been on the site long but I am talking to a few girls on their. I also am keeping open to meeting some around me which would be more convenient perhaps but I would not limit myself in any way.

    That's my opinion anyhow.


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    My theory is that you attract what you say and think.

    Try another thought at least for one whole day. Think about the joys of marriage: some one to talk to, pray with, share children with (when you have your own children all the fussing of them becomes insignificant). The growth in your faith is unimaginable and the love keeps growing and growing.

    Now, enough of this "hormonal" woman stuff.

    I don't know the availability of a good Trad Catholic woman but I know you are in the right Church to find one. So, keep a positive outlook and keep praying.

    This, too.
    "The Catholic Church is the only thing which saves a man from the degrading slavery of being a child of his age."--G. K. Chesterton

    Offline Kailyn

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    What made you chose marriage?
    « Reply #31 on: July 13, 2011, 12:29:35 PM »
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  • What made you choose marriage?

    Very simple.  I was madly in love and wanted to spend the rest of my life with my hubby. =)


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